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Feb 17, 2013 8:00am PST
code section 1.1 06 for faying to maintain detailed records that document the days on which his committee made 15 expenditures, the amounts of the expenditures, the names and addresses of the payees or description of the goods or services. 6,15 violations of san francisco campaign and governmentality conduct code subdivision a1 for failing to make 15 campaign expenditures from the candidate committee's bank account. each commissioner who participated in a decision to find probable cause must certify on the record that he or she personally heard or read the testimony, reviewed the evidence or otherwise reviewed the entire record of the proceedings. >> each commissioner must so certify. >> you want individuals. >> one at a time? >> commissioner renne? >> i will so certify. >> i so certify. >> i so sort if i certify. >> i so certify. >> i so certify. >> the respondents are presumed to be innocent unless such time they are proved in the merits. the executive director shall issue accusations for investigations and enforcement proceedings. >> the next item on the agenda dis
Feb 14, 2013 7:00pm PST
to the peace process. fayed says he's grateful for the financial assistance and the support at the united nations. >>> arab league officials said they support new dialogue between the syrian government and opposition forces. opposition leaders recently agreed to talk with the administration of president bashar al-assad. he said he met syrian national coalition leader and other opposition leaders on monday. >> the chairman of the coalition has offered to enter into a dialogue with the government, not as a whole but of selected people whose hands are not soaked with blood. >> he said opposition leaders are considering the proposal seriously, and he believes it's an important step. the arab league chiefs warned that syrians are struggling to secure food and shelter amid the prolonged fighting. he said the international community needs to cooperate to stop the violence. >>> myanmar was a bloody battleground during world war ii. historians and archeologists had little opportunity to explore that wartime history during decades of military rule. but democratic reforms have created a more open at
Feb 2, 2013 4:00pm PST
foundation brings kids together like these through camp arroyo. >> thank you fay legislator family foundation! >> they partnered with the east bay regional park district in 1997 to build this state of
Feb 25, 2013 5:00pm EST
assist devices. this are pumps that support the heart when people get sick with heart fai little devices that are surgically implant here. there are a couple of different types. they're so small. they're put in by a surgeon, a cardiothoracic surgeon that works with our team. they essentially pump the blood out of the left ventricle or the main pumping chamber of the heart into the circulation. a person who is very sick can get extra support from these devices. >> obviously, you have to be monitored how frequently? >> we see these patients very regularly. initially when they come out of the hospital they're seen weekly and monthly when they get better. >> the doctor will be with us for the next hour. we're taking your calls at 410-481-2222. you see an operator standing by waiting for your call. let's send it back to jamie. >> all right. >>> your child has an ear infefntle what are you going to do? antibiotics? some doctors shy away from them. if a baby between the ages of six months and two years has a temperature of 102 and or acute pain in the ear, they should take antibiotics. >>> we k
Feb 21, 2013 7:00am EST
and friends and fai faith, i think, is helping him hold up. >> reporter: it does seem increasingly likely that oscar pistorius will be granted bail. the case against him has been seriously weakened by several police blunlders and the prosecution is struggling to show that he's a strike risk or poses any serious threat, so he could be free to await his trial. charlie, norah? >> emma hurd, thank you. >>> now to washington on the automatic budget cuts that could happen next week. a new poll finds 40% of americans are willing to see those cuts take effect. government agencies are already sending out warnings while the president and congress are pointing fingers at each other. bill plante is at the white house. good morning. >> good morning, norah. so far there's no give on either side. house republicans are making it clear that they're determined not to allow more revenue, and they continue tro tie to build pressure. today he talks to radio hosts. wednesday he reached out to local television. >> this is a problem the congress can solve. >> reporter: they're back in their districts to talk to
Feb 6, 2013 7:00am EST
that is important. so it is only fai that we treat people in social housing the same way. the second point i'd make is that anyone is away from home, and, obviously, the earnings are not counted and, therefore, the benefits of that person are likely to go up. >> ed miliband. >> mr. speaker, i look forward to them explaining to allison why her paying 25 pounds a week more from april is not a tax on her. [shouting] >> and as for his point, and as for his point about the private renters have to, i think he misunderstands the point of social housing. after this purpose, part of this purpose is to protect the most vulnerable. and according to the governments own figures, and according to the governments own figures, two-thirds of the people hit are disabled. let me tell the prime minister about an e-mail i received last week. it says my wife is disabled, has a degenerative condition and is therefore in bed. the gentleman goes on, due to illness, l. medical condition, i usually sleep in the spare bedroom. why is it fair for him and hundreds of thousands of others of disabled people like him to be hit by
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Feb 17, 2013 7:00pm PST
to understand what we are faying. >> go ahead, quick. >> i was going say it's easier to be ignorant and reliant than it is to be responsible and informed. how do you change that? >> well, one of the things we are going to have to do, and i don't have a lot of time to get into it, but we have to use technology. there's some wonderful ways we can use that. virtual classrooms, it can help us enormously. i'm working on that project with something in baltimore right now. >> of your scholarship fund. >> carson's everyone get involved. [applause] >> thank you very much. >> that is all the time we have left. as always, thank you for being with us. let not your heart be troubled. the news continues. with will see you back >> this is the fox report. tonight "mamaking history at th speed of nearly 200 miles an hour. the racing world sees danica patrick sdo something that is truly a first. pope benedict xvi takes the last opportunities to connect with a master. what a welcome he gets. >> erupting in cheers as pilgrims have their spiritual leaders during one of the most cherished editions of t
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Feb 23, 2013 8:00pm PST
are arrested in fay downtown bar and feeling her artificial leg. dana leads a wild life . first, will 3 d printers end up making brand new body parts? i hope so. >> if not it is it a totally made up story. years ago, my doctor told me to take a centrum silver multivitamin every day. i told him, sure. can't hurt, right? then i heard this news about a multivitamin study looking at long-term health benefits for men over 50. the one they used in that study... centrum silver. that's what i take. my doctor! he knows his stuff. [ male announcer ] centrum. the most recommended. most preferred. most studied. centrum, always your most complete. [ male announcer ] from the way the bristles move to the way they clean, once you try an oral-b deep sweep power brush, you'll never go back to a regular manual brush. its three cleaning zones with dynamic power bristles reach between teeth with more brush movements to remove up to 100% more plaque than a regular manual brush. and even 76% more plaque than sonicare flexcare in hard to reach areas. oral-b deep sweep 5000 power brush. life opens up when you do
Feb 24, 2013 11:10pm PST
on golden gate avenue mere servicer is. a pot left on the stove sent flames shooting up a few fay high. there were no injuries. a total of eight apartments were seriously darnlged. the most of the folks from those apartments are stiing with friends and relatives will. >>> former president jimmy carter was in san francisco today its thousands of a peting. he spoke about the challenges and responsibilities facing the united states as a world super power. you said the cork ris ticks of a great nation including, freedom, democracy, human rights, sharing wealth with others. >> let's look at america for a moment. let's talk about peace, foirst f all. since world war ii, we've been almost constantly with war. our country is now looked upon as full most nation on aers and it's see if it's a commitment of america to negotiate differences with others. >> carter helped broker please betweenish mall and treaty. it's still down the number of nuclear weapons in the world. >> it's going to warm up a little bit, rob? >> especially second half of the week. temperatures will climb very close to the low
Feb 13, 2013 7:00pm EST
. >> reporter: atica fay joey's italian restaurant in texas. >> everything okay? >> it was perfect. >> reporter: owner joey picca is not okay with the president's proposal to increase the minimum wage. >> right now, i'm barely making ends meet as things stand right now. >> reporter: picca has 13 employees at his restaurant. >> i'm a business owner myself and it's hard. >> reporter: five of them earn minimum wage. picca says the higher costs could be crippling. >> i have actually a couple of choices. the two choices is close down. the other choice is increase prices. >> reporter: but even if the minimum wage is raised to $9, the income of a family of four with one worker would still be nearly $5,000 under the poverty line of $23,550. although federal tax credits would ultimately bring the family slightly above that level. >> we need an economy where consumers can afford to spend. >> reporter: paul son studies wage trends for the national employment law project. isis therey evidence that economically raising the minimum wage is beneficial? >> there is. the chicago federal reserve bank modeled the
Feb 21, 2013 4:25am EST
with down's syndrome. >> ethan saylor died while in custody of the sheriff's office fay relatively minor offense. john henrehan has the latest on this case. >> reporter: the incident happened on january 12th at the west view sip ma on route 58 in frederick county, maryland. it involved 26-year-old ethan saylor who was developmentally disabled from down syndrome. he saw an evening showing of the movie zero dark thirty and apparently liked it so much he wanted to see it again. the young man left the theater and then came back inside to see the late night screening without purchasing a new ticket. a manager could not convince him to leave. ultimately, three off-duty sheriff's deputies who were working security were called in to ask saylor to depart. >> going by all accounts, the young man became loud, belligerent, became disorderly. >> reporter: sheriff chuck jenkins describes what happens next. >> this is going by witness accounts. very respectful, get under his arms, lift him from the seat. walk him over toward the egress area from the theater. and at some point during this, they handcuff
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Feb 25, 2013 9:20am EST
suggested, maybe it was seth, that the-- what's the name on "saturday night live." >> tina fay. imus: tina fay and amy poehler, they've got to let them do it. anyway, we're out of time for sports, warner, so we could do sports after this, you want to do this. >> sure. imus: we'll do sports after this, anna-sigga nicolazzi is coming up. why are we playing this record, lou? >> george harrison. imus: oh, okay. ♪ ♪ ♪ imus in the morning ♪ >> if you had to cut your household budget by 2%, would you first cut your children's medicine? of course you wouldn't. but the president will do just that. the white house wants maximum pain for maximum political advantage. good morning, everyone. the white house has released a state by state list of where and who the spending cuts will hit if they're imposed friday. a couple of examples, 350 teachers and teacher's aides cut in ohio. 4200 children not vaccinated in georgia, that's pain. the president says no substitutions. agency heads will not be allowed to lessen the pain by shifting the cuts to nonessential items. you can't do that. so as we star
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Feb 16, 2013 8:00pm PST
the one i gave, 507,000 years so they begin to understand what we are faying. >> go ahead, quick. >> i was going say it's easier to be ignorant and reliant than it is to be responsible and informed. how do you change that? >> well, one of the things we are going to have to do, and i don't have a lot of time to get into it, but we have to use technology. there's some wonderful ways we can use that. virtual classrooms, it can help us enormously. i'm working on that project with something in baltimore right now. >> of your scholarship fund. >> carson's everyone get involved. [applause] >> thank you very much. >> that is all the time we have left. as always, thank you for being with us. let not your heart be troubled. the news continues. with will see you back >>> welcome to "red eye." i am greg gutfeld. let's go to tv's andy levy. what is coming up on tonight's show? >> thanks, greg. toy guns, evil or super evil. the new york times wants to know. the fate of the union, is it strong? or more importantly the union of the snake, is it on the climb? this is cnn. greg? >> thanks,
Feb 6, 2013 11:00pm PST
argue. how are you going to stop these people from running if fay want to? >> cash. >> how do you stop them if they have money behind them? >> money talks, right? if you don't want this guy to win and you've got the koch brothers and you have adelson there, that's why they have a pac, right? >> that worked well for romney. here is the deal money can't buy you, authenticity. >> they're authentic, i hate to tell you. they're the real thing. >> they're authentic to the point where -- if you're authentic in your irrationality, great. you'll appeal to the irrational people. but when this guy says the earth was formed -- hold on. when the earth was formed 9,000 years ago and we started farming 10,000 years ago, it's insane. >> we have to come back to the fact that they have a base, that people like this have been elected. >> exactly. they have been. >> you know, i look at mourdock, he won. i like at akin, he won. i look at o'donnell, she won. that guy mike lee beat bob bennett out in utah. you got -- knocked off a guy in indiana. they go around the country. they tend to win. >> but rove's ca
Feb 26, 2013 6:00am EST
agreed to by both parties. democrats are holding out fay deal hoping that they can pressure republicans to accept tax hikes in exchange for having to have all of those penning cuts but republicans say that all of this could be avoided rather quickly if the president would just agree to apply the cuts in a better way. back to you guys. >> thank you. >>> also on the hill, a vote to confirm chuck hagel as the next defense secretary. the senate is deeply did i voided on the nomination but hagel is expected to get the necessary votes. it will be first time in history that more than a handful of senators will vote against a nominee to head the pentagon. pentagon. >>> a check of this morning's other top stories. the maryland senate is expected to take up a gun control law today that has the support of governor martin o'malley. opponents say it violates second amendment rights, one of most con ten schuss provisions would require people to submit to fingerprints for handgun licensing. it also would ban assault weapons. >>> the man accused in the mother-daughter murders in prince george's county
Feb 14, 2013 5:00pm EST
christopher dorner forced his fay in. they say they recognized him immediately. he repeatedly told them he wouldn't kill them but tied them up and put rags over their heads. >> he came in with a cord and tied it around. >> put a pillow case over our heads. >> and tied the cord through the mouth and tied it real tight. >> after dorner left in the couple's truck, karen managed to reach her cell phone and call 911. the human remains found in that cabin where dorner were last seen have not been identified but authorities presume it's him and called offer the man hunt. >> the man convicted of killing chandra levy is back in court. paul wagner is live outside the court house. paul, what do you know? >> reporter: this is the 4th hearing in this case. two of them he did attend. two he has not attended. and the hearing began with the judge announcing this is quote a discovery hearing. it would be sealed. the press would not be allowed to hear what was going on. he politely asked reporters to leave the courtroom so lawyers could discuss the issue. the reporters declined. we said we would stay inside
Feb 12, 2013 3:00pm EST
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Feb 18, 2013 7:00pm EST
paratroopers peered with curiosity as the diplomatic entered with a fay los angeles of security guards. out front was a more familiar face. it bearer was becoming a force even more powerful than the soldiers, sean penn arrived. for a few days the landing team of the relief organization, or jphro, distributed water filters and medical aid here' and there. then an army officer invited inside the wire. most workers were excited about actress ma rooa. both acors lived in a structure behind the clubhouse which protected them from the elements. ban walked them down the hill. he highlighted the ongoing need for medical aid and an police stand he emphasized the need to protect women and girl from sexual violence. finally they were led to a ridge overlooking the golf course. cameras, directing journalists toward a shot of the secretary general before thousands of blue, white, and orange tarps. once everyone was in place ben spoke. what will happen to the people who are living here when the reasony season starts? we have to move these displaced persons to a safer place. once again, it was important t
Feb 25, 2013 7:00am PST
tina fay gets it next year. >> we'll look at the biggest moments with entertainment tonight. >> the second major snowstorm in less than a week is pounding the great plains. heavy snow is falling for hundreds of miles from the texas panhandle to central kansas. the storm already caused problems in the denver area. the region is still cleaning up after getting a foot or more on thursday. the governor of kansas says the storm has a potential to be worse than the last one. >> meteorologist jeff berardelli of wfor is watching. what's going on? >> we have extremely heavy snow in amarillo, texas, but they're calling it a crippling historic blizzard. we have snowfall rates of 2 to 3 inches an hour. i've seen wind gusts to 60 miles per hour. let's take a look at the radar and show you what we have right now. the deep shades of white, the real bright whites in texas, that's extremely heavy snow and pulling towards the east as we speak. that will be moving through the plain states and we're expecting some spots to get as much as two feet plus of snow in local areas,
Feb 28, 2013 9:00am EST
know, we will see. i always come back to liberty and malone and muff fay and that position they have in barnes & noble and what may transpire there. that's 17 -- roughly 17% ownership position they have. >> someone who has written some books, writers here, you know that barns and nobody is the keystone, trying to get in front of people. i don't think we lamented it enough. a secular temple of learning. i have spent any number of countless hours at barnes & noble. >> you spent countless hours but how much did you spend per hour? nothing? like nothing? that's the problem. if they charged a mission, they would probably make more money. >> they should. but libraries -- i love the library, too. library is another place they don't spend that much money in. >> don't have to buy a book there either, almost like a library, nicer with a starbucks inside. >> netflix for my movies, i don't buy the box sets anymore. apple should buy netflix, reiterate that again. >> you must say that once every other day. >> i'm trying to help them. >> amazon. 'cause amazon spending all the money that netflix --
Feb 13, 2013 11:00am PST
you think? >> absolutely. everyone's making a point that needs to be heard, i'm sure. my fay and especially what i read about the case is that he wanted to make good in terms of reporting, i guess, a fellow officer who had kicked a homeless person. so if it all has catapulted into this, i mean, sure shame and yes just but it is extreme to take another's life. >> of course. >> i see on the social media fronts there are lots of folks there who say a lot of things we all -- they ought not say. >> there is weirdness. >> weirdness about it. but truthfully, people are -- it is an uproar because people are being brutalized within l.a. and all over this nation. we're seeing kids die at the hands of police brutality. so, yeah, it is out of weirdness, but these social media, it is good to hear what these people have to say. and, yes, it is not a waste of time because it is a conversation that needs to take place. >> i'm glad we had the conversation. i have a feeling the conversation will continue. stand by. hot topics panel. when we come back, anyone get a c in college? would you have
Feb 23, 2013 9:15pm EST
five times what we would play fay. i think we will have nailed -- failed if we do not build this neck cheaper than you -- this network cheaper than you could build it. >> there will be the expensive that states that local governments have to come up the dollars for an order to build out their own interoperable communications with their first responders thomas so i hope there is some accommodation. if we are going to control this m, i hope youru, also give us the capacity to work out leases to give us the ability to preempt but also allow us to raise dollars of the local level so we can buy investment -- >> the question is could the individual states do that better, in negotiating with at&t or sprint or verizon, or could we cut a better deal nationwide? whichever way it goes, you want to plow those savings back into the pricing structure. >> which then goes back to governor mead bu's point that e should have a governor on the panel. >> i want to talk to heather -- i just talked to heather and she told me the appreciation [indiscernible]on behalf of my colleagues, territories -- >> te
Feb 2, 2013 5:00am PST
and daring an funny always came first and fay and company took on the issues of corporate culture and it was not preachy, but jam packed with social sat ire. we don't know what tina fey's path is going to be, but we know that her path of comedy is well worn, and she helped to pave it forward. it was ground breaking not because it was created by a woman, but so damn smart that it was packed with so many jokes that you had to rewind to catch them all. sadly, we will all have to work on our night chews alone. let's start with hilda solis. >> i think that the debate is going to be healthy and i like what i heard today in terms of the different perspectives and how people can look at where we have come from and where to go, and hopefully the public will be more engaged. i think that the dreamers and the folks out in america whether it is rural america or the inner city to come together and figure out where to go as a country in immigration. can we do it humane ly and do i in a way to help the economy and all work together to improve what we have here in this beautiful country which is
Feb 26, 2013 5:00pm EST
of you know, we fay unique challenges in hawaii than many -- that are very different than the channels brought inhere this morning. but they're not issues that only affect hawaii. with what's happening in asia and across the pacific, hawaii's strategic location there really is a gateway to what is happening in our country. my first question is for admiral lee. you talked in your testimony about the domestic partnerships that the coast guard has formed and that you share in areas of the u.s. waters but don't really get into much of the details about what's happening in the pacific and the kinds of partnerships that you have there, especially considering within the 14th district folks who i visited with, admiral ray and his teams on the ground really do cover not only the islands of hawaii but guam, american samoa, saipan, even singapore and japan. i would like you to talk more about the partnerships you have there especially as we're looking at the cuts that the department has spoken about affecting nearly 25% of air and surface operations and how we can make sure we're maintaining cove
Feb 27, 2013 10:00am EST
: the gentleman's time has expired. the chair recognizes the gentleman from new york, mr. me fay, for five minutes -- maffei, for five minutes. without objection, the gentleman is recognized. mr. maffei: since becoming central new york's new representative, i have met with over 100 business owners and development leaders within my community. i visited the hospitals, universities and met with local leaders and law enforcement. the thing i keep hearing in my district is we need to work together to grow and strengthen our middle class and to create jobs. work together. now more than ever that's what congress and the president needs to do. that's what the american people and my constituents overwhelmingly want. if people do not come to the table and work together by march 1, this friday, more than 70,000 jobs are at risk in my state alone. that's hancock airbase, new york national guard employees, 280 of them are at risk. 280 national guard employees at the 174th attack wing will be furloughed. notwithstanding the fact that this unit is flying missions in afghanistan as we debate these issues. automat
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Feb 17, 2013 3:00am PST
that the church is fay go some of the younger folks involved and some of that european zest back and they have been struggling in europe in relation to the catholic church. some of the other areas, latin america and africa, but precisely the europe they may need more help. getting a younger audience. >> we had pope benedict from germany and 500 years before that there were all italians. a pope from the third world is a lot of talk. in answer to your question, think it's important to recognize whether you are a cot, the fact the papacy of the catholic church is the biggest, strongest most broad defender of traditional values. we're going to hear a lot of reporting over the neck few weeks of people saying, is he going to be liberal pope or conservative pope, by the definition of pope he is going to be conservative. in the sense that he is called to conserve the biblical teachings. republican or democrat -- that is all bunk. what they are looking at who can help best transmit and defend those core teachings going forward. it will an exciting two weeks. >> we will be covering it. you guys should c
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